Dabbla x alllone: AdeptĀ 

Fresh music from the Potent Funk family, with the arrival of new additions, alllone. The Austrian production duo make their label debut with the assistance of PF veteran, Dabbla, who is the main collaborator on their upcoming EP. Adept is the first single and is the perfect fit for a label that has championed the hybrid rap sound over the years. Looking forward to hearing what the remainder of the EP has in store. Bad Tuesday is out in full on 22 November.

Little Simz: Rollin Stone

Despite the three month wait until the album release, Little Simz keeps the anticipation building with yet another new single. Rollin Stone is the third taster we’ve been treated to over the last couple of months and for my money, it’s the one that hits the hardest. That’s mainly thanks to the filthy production, which is a joint affair between regular Simz collaborator, Inflo, and multi-genre specialist, Jakwob. The track is taken from Sometimes I Might Be Introvert, which is due for release on 3 September.

Sumgii x Illaman x Chunky: Lost in Space

New movements from the Potent Funk family, as they unveil a new collab between Sumgii, Illaman and Chunky. Their first track, Lost in Space, surfaced last week and set the pace for whatever else they have in store. Not even sure if there is more to come, but let’s hope so. Lost in Space is available to stream now on all the usual platforms. The video was made by Max Motion.

PAV4N x SUKH KNIGHT ft. Ishani: DOOM

More riotous visuals from PAV4N, as he continues to make waves as his latest musical incarnation. On DOOM, the former Foreign Beggars frontman has teamed up with Sukh Knight to create this grimy behemoth of a track, which looms out of the shadows with a grin that sits somewhere between killer and comrade. The track is out now on 4NCĀ„. Stay tuned for more madness from PAV4N coming soon.

Telemachus ft. Killa P: Wickedest Ting (Sumgii Remix)

Huge remix here from Sumgii, as he takes on the already formidable Telemachus track, Wickedest Ting, which is lifted from the producer’s most recent album. The track also features a typically powerful appearance from Killa P. The original track can be found on Boring & Weird Historical Music, which is out now on High Focus. The remix is also available to stream/download from the usual spots.